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the board. what will come of it, as bob says, let's not prejudge it. nevertheless -- >> bob: i would bet it's mental health. >> kimberly: there should be something about mental health. but i don't think he will get quentin tarantino to change his films. >> bob: national registry of guns before you buy a gun you go through a much more serious question. >> eric: i would guarantee no national registry for gun. put my last dollar on the fact they would never do that. the whole right would go craz crazy. that would infringe on my right to own a gun. >> bob: why? you register your car? >> eric: something aboutbe mental health. can we be more specific? >> andrea: can i throw something out. we had a frequent guest on fox news, head of american center for law and justice and he believes that the hipa laws prevent doctors from doing full reports on patients. they're actually scared, remember the colorado shooting. to give information out. i'm worried if they start to even impede on your privacy, one psychologist told me i won't put everything the file. >> bob: hipa? >> andrea: privacy law in place to
-- >> by the way, i'm doubling down on my bet. betting on you, not bo dietl. and that's great shooting. >> as you can see-- >> one last question before i let you go, a lot of people hear these names and semi automatic and they're afraid of them and there are so many weapons, what you're saying there's no massive logic reason what they're banning, is that a fair statement. >> i believe that's a fair statement. what you spoke with asa hutchinson is cosmetic it has no baring on the firing and functioning of an ar-15 and strictly for me to help me through competition, it doesn't make it big, bad, scary or worse than one without those features. so i believe that's a fair statement. >> sean: all right. jessie, very, very informative, a great shot and i look forward to the bet with bo. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> sean: coming up, when he we come back, our studio audience, and they sound out and explain why we've got to protect the second amendment rights of the law abiding citizens in the u.s. that and more straight ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ we're lucky, it's not every day you find a companio
bet to make. i can almost guarantee t all right. nischelle turner. thanks very much. good talking with you. enjoy the evening. >> sure. >>> there was no lone gunman. we have heard that claim before about the assassination of jfk. for the first time, confirmation what his brother, bobby, thought so too. that story ahead. >>> you know the flu can be deadly but there is a surge in another virus that can kill and it targets infants. if you're a parent, you can't afford to miss that segment. >>> then we have got some apps to help you find out where the flu is in your neighborhood. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. check for more! well, i guess i can double check... my watch! [ male announcer ] it pays to double check, with state farm. we don't let frequent heartburn come between
, responsibility, hard work. hey, i live in texas. drill. you bet. i think he thinks i am much more dangerous than al jazeera. he is that insane. >> bill: now, does it trouble you at all that he was almost the president of the united states? that it was just by the supreme court one vote that kept him out? >> on many levels, yes. on many levels, yes. but what is disturbing in this particular case is that here's a guy who used to wear a flag lapel pin and then gets in bed, again, with an organization that cnn said in march of 2002 they are hiding information about usama bin laden that would be good for the united states. an organization that on the weekend has a regular, you know, like a jesus show except it's all about mohammed, where they are talking about oh, please, allah, give me the courage to stone the jews to death. i mean. >> bill: what's the name of that show? sticks and stones can break your bones i think. >> and al jazeera will kill you. >> bill: i have got to go. i heard one rumor i don't know whether you know it's true or not. al gore doesn't wear a flag lapel pin anymore. he wears la
congressman tom tancredo will honor a bet and smoke pot. he promised in colorado legalized marijuana, he would partake. he bet a documentary filmmaker the measure would not pass. >>> organizing for action. that's president obama's new grassroots group, is trying to cuddle up to george soros. politico reports organizing for action is reaching out to soros and companies like lockheed martin, citi and duke energy for cash. >>> did you catch the president trying to fend off a fly yesterday? >> consumer financial protection bureau this guy is bothering me. where is the secret service when you need them? the insect pestered the commander in chief while he was nominating a new head of the s.e.c. that picture caused quite a buzz yesterday. everybody is ca critic. tom brady may be watching the super bowl from home this year, but, oh, what a home it is. the detroit free press did a flyover of brady's new $20 million mansion and it has a moat. fit for a 20,000-square-foot castle. it's up on our facebook page . e? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] h
. >> you bet. you bet. >>> what are these gun task force meetings doing to gun stocks? christine romans breaks it down next. and our "starting point" team heads in to talk about that and much more. good morning. >>> welcome back to "starting point." i'm christine romans minding your business. s & p 500 hit a five- year high. closing at the highest level since december 2007. u.s. stock futures are flat this morning. wells fargo reports fourth quarter earnings before the bell. >>> the massive flu outbreak costing the economy about $83 billion, according to statistics based on 2011. that's the direct costs. indirect costs from lost productive, $6.2 billion annually. 17 million work days are lost due to flu-related illness. nyc's new york's comptroller have called for businesses to give paid sick leave so contagious people don't come to work anyway. >> i don't like sick people. >> that's why we have an epidemic. >> go ahead. >> gun stocks fell again after more gun force task meet negotiation washington. stearns rulinger over 3%. walmart attended the white house meeting after initially citin
to me in a very terrific terrific tisk. i bet you will never by the the hand that feeds you i would tailor my remarks. >> bill: he insulted you. in the past you would have hit him with a chair but you didn't. >> there what were no chairs. >> bill: you absorbed the insult. tables are turned big al gore making a lot of money from oil sheikhs who. they provided the money that went in his possibility and he doesn't like big oil if you see him in the lobby again. >> i have no doubt acute sense of what is hypocritical and not hypocritical from my own personal experience. for him to take that big money, where al jazeera paid more than the price. >> bill: way more. >> big bonus from the oil rich sheikh dom of gutter. he knows where that money came from. he knows it is in conflict with his basic personal. >> bill: he took the money anyway. >> he took the money and run. >> bill: is he hypocrite. >> accuse me coming for fox news. i'm the same person i was at nbc. >> bill: hit him with the chair. i want to see that. >> he gave me that smirk. you know that al gore smirk? >> bill: i don't know th
to say about that on mark. >> is he liberal? you bet. he will offer the president his advice but i guarantee you, he's a great soldier, jack lew will march forward. >> jared, as a person who has a reputation does that make him kryptonite to the gop and make him tone-deaf? >> he's not all that liberal. i would argue he's hawkish on the budget deficit. i think his track record, again, involves protecting programs that are important to economically vulnerable people. i don't think that makes you particularly liberal. the thing about jack lew not getting along with the gop has been because of with capitol hill. he's quite well liked up. i actually don't think he'll have a big problem getting confirmed. >> as an insider, what is your ideas, the controversy, alleged controversy, or lack thereof of the cabinet nominations? >> you know, i think it's relevant. i think that your cabinet doesn't have to exactly reflect your population. but it should come as close as you can. and you know, you don't have to be quota like about it. but there really is something that people of different gender a
? >> you know, i long made it a practice never to bet on hillary clinton. although i would never bet against her. so, i think you know, there are millions of americans including me who are very much hoping that she gets enough rest and feels good about having a political career and runs for president, but she's xwt a lot of options. and you know, she needs to look no further than her husband to find another really good option. i think president bill clinton has really led the way as a role model for having a really effective and important life with a big impact on the world, a good impact on the world without elected office. and so she's got options. >> she certainly does. i want to ask you and switch gears a little bit, the inauguration coming up. there has been pushback against the president for not having enough diversity in his cabinet in his second term. jane fonda, gloria steinham are asking him to appoint a woman to head up the fcc. what do you make of this. >> nobody's a bigger fan of gloria and jane fonda than i am. he hasn't indicated he's going anywhere. people need to giv
political capital, you don't want to bet your house on the outcome, but i would say that the likelihood is, they're not going to be able to get an assault weapons ban through this kwocongress. >> let's be honest, we're not always going to be able to find these individuals who on a dime turn into mad men. and what could have helped here in newtown is a ban on assault weapons. i have to tell you, if we had a ban on assault weapons and a ban on high capacity magazine clips, this guy would have never taken up weapons in the first place. there would be little boys and girls alive in newtown today, i believe, if you had banned assault weapons and these high capacity magazine clips. that's something question can do now and do now. >> susan candiotti is in newtown connecticut. the people of that town marked one month today. there's the delicate subject of what to do about the school itself, do they make it a memorial or tear it down? >> reporter: tonight in new town, there was a public forum with many people trying to decide what to do about the future of sandy hook elementary school, where the sh
, in michigan they appear to be just warming up. michigan is my bet for actually doing this thing that most of republican america is now too embarrassed to go ahead with. michigan is not like the other states anymore. what will not work anywhere else, they think work there's. so what if the silverdome room is in tatters or if voters reject a law or if others in states are too embarrassed to turn democracy into a fist for a fistfight. do they get embarrassed? or do they just get on with it? now that we finally got national attention to this scheme, now we are about to find out just how much of a honey badger michigan republicans really are. in america today we're running out of a vital resource we need to compete on the global stage. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university, we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure everyone is ready with the know-how we need for a new tomorrow. [ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make su
and water seems the best bet, but again, the idea of touching things and then your nose and your mouth. we all do this subconsciously a couple hundred times a day. you have to pay more attention to that because that's one of the more common ways to get sick. >> if you do come down with it or thing you've come down with it, what do you do? is there treatment, do you take antibiotics? >> antibiotics are for bacterial infections, this is a virus. the big problem with this is that people become dehydrated. so as hard as it is, you have to keep as much fluids down as you can. this is particularly true for the elderly. there are hundreds of people who die from this every year, and usually it's from dehydration. unfortunately, there's no particular medication. try to get as many fluids down as you can and stay home so you're not infecting other people. one thing i'll point out, you start to get contagious before you get sick. you have to assume that you are always potentially contagious and act accordingly. >> now that we have completely freaked people out, the good news is it only lasts two or t
tomorrow night. >> the victory ball tomorrow night. >> the b.e.t., the buzz of a late afterparty rahm emanuel doing tomorrow night. the creative coalition gala tomorrow night. so many different things. i think it is whatever you can get yourself into where you don't have to spend too much money is the secret. >> that is the secret. nice tough, amy. appreciate it. >> nice to see you. >>> after a very divisive campaign and battle over the fiscal cliff what can the president do now to unite the country? >> former bush white house spokesman ari fleisher will join us with advice for president obama. that's ahead. >> i bet he has some advice. ♪ hi dad. many years from now, when the subaru is theirs... hey. you missed a spot. ...i'll look back on this day and laugh. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. try the #1 gastroenterologist recommended probiotic. align. align naturally helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ ooh, baby, can i do for you today? ♪ try align today. >>> welcome back, everybody, you are watching cnn's coverage of the 2013 inauguration. as barack obama starts his sec
that ships have been leaving from libya, and that they may have weapons. >> ah, i bet you can figure out where those news reports came from. fox news and other conservative outlets are pushing a conspiracy theory about gun running from libya to turkey in order to arm the rebels in syria. it's pretty crazy stuff, but it doesn't stop there. >> at any time did you see the initial attack on a monitor? or the president? >> congressman, there was no monitor, there was no realtime. he got the surveillance videos some weeks later. that was the first time we saw any video of the attack. >> take a guess where this crackpot theory came from. >> oh, and did i mention the state department was watching this unfold in realtime. >> really? hannity's got intel there was a direct line of video feed of the attack. places like breitbart.com also pushed the video conspiracy. this was not a useful hearing at all. no new useful information was obtained today. this was political hackery at its worst, or should i say at its best for the republicans. republicans used this hearing for everything except getting to
pete rose sit out, one of the greatest baseball players of all time has been sitting out because he bet on teams. and i understand, you know. >> sorry, is there a compromise where you let them have the records but didn't make them hall of famers? >> i don't want them to have the record. >> the hall of fame ballplayers, put it on the plaque. it's the baseball hall of fame, not the moral hall of fame. you have members of the ku klux klan in the hall of fame. you have perhaps people who were accessories to murder, ty cobb, in the hall of fame. you have out-and-out racists in the hall of fame. it's the baseball hall of fame. >> the hall of fame is about the game. and they cheated at the game. so they shouldn't be in there. and that's simple. we don't need six minutes of this. >> they have to be in there. >> i do want to say -- and i understand that argument, you know, what pete rose did didn't impact his statistics, didn't impact the game. what bonds and clemens did especially, they cheated -- exactly -- at the game. >> you know, one of the things they are going to have to do when they take
boehner is doing with this proposal on pay, overwhelmingly i bet the american people support the notion. they can't get paid if they don't do their job. will harry reid and mitch mcconnell, will they actually feel either based on the efforts of the house or what the president does, will they feel like hey, we need to listen to what the country wants. there's still populism out there particularly with the economy bad and feeling washington needs to get its act together. >> joe? >> yeah. >> that asks -- that leads me to ask, you know, the group, what happens if within the white house, off of what mark just said, because this will be increasingly popular if the republicans continue to do things like this, what happens if the white house decides to try and pick off specific members of the republican membership in the house and perhaps some republicans in the senate and basically say people like you more now if you come and try and meet us halfway. what happens to this whole ball game if that occurs? >> i actually think the ball game is changing. the front of "the washington post" says that
, america always rises to the occasion. america prevails, and america prosperous. [applause] those who bet against this country have inevitably been on the wrong side of history. so it is a good moment to pull the statue of freedom at the top of the capitol dome. it is a good moment to gain strength and courage and humility from those who are determined to complete the half finished dome. it is a good moment to rejoice today at this 57th presidential inaugural ceremony, and it is the perfect moment to renew our collective faith in the future of america. [applause] [cheers] thank you, and god bless the united states. [applause] [cheers] in that spirit of faith, i would like to now introduce myrlie evers-williams who has committed her life to expand the principles of this country to all americans. mrs. myrlie evers-williams will lead us. [applause] >> america, we are here. our nations capital. on this day, january 21, 2013, the inoculation of our 46th resident, barack obama. we, at this time to ask blessings upon our leaders. the president, vice president, members of congress, all elected an
that you and i probably aren't betting people, right? >> i don't know. we may be. off the air i may send you an e-mail. what's your prediction? do you have a score for me? you did last week. >> this is going to be a team of defenses. i'm thinking low-scoring game. not too high scoring. i'll go with 21-20 the irish of notre dame. >> all right. loving that. i'm going to join you on that. former player with the atlantic falcons and buffalo bills, we're going to talk to you at 6:00. berman is going to have a hand. he does not like notre dame. prepare yourself. >> arm wrestle. >> that's a great idea with a former nfl player. let's around wrestle. thank you. >>> turning to some new developments this hour in the explosive rape case that's consuming the countries town of steubenville. lawyers want their client's trial postponed and moved out of the area. so much emotion. defense attorney adam nemann sees no other choice. >> given the publicity and what we perceive as threats to individuals, witnesses and also defendants, and defense counseling, we're concerned about safety issues at this point.
of taking down the global economy because of stupid, stupid derivatives bets they made. now there's this lawsuit that the aig board will consider, a lawsuit brought by the former ceo, hank greenberg, and they'll talk today about whether they want to be a part of it. this happening as aig is in a public relations campaign to say thank you for saving them. look at this public relations bid that they're doing. >> and now we're helping the east coast recover from hurricane sandy. >> we're a leading global insurance company -- >> the timing is a bit tough here and the current ceo saying we want to remind that you we do thank taxpayers for helping us. so the board of directors has to consider the demands and respond in a timely manner. it will be making the decision in the next several weeks. basically a long way of saying maybe. >> shocking. worst pr move ever. >> they say the government forced it down their throat, and that they got a really bad deal. fed was a loan shark. 14% interest. let me tell you a fun story. disney is rolling out this thing, a wrist band that you can book a gua
in place. >> richard wolff, thank you for joining us tonight. >> you bet. >>> coming up, scott brown's political future. will he be smart enough to avoid losing the race in massachusetts by not running for the race again, that is in the re-write. >>> and later, cory booker will be here to talk about his intention to run for senate in new jersey. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to
debt. >> bret: important distinction. brit, thank you. >> you bet. >> bret: defense secretary leon panetta says he has directed the military to begin taking prudent steps to offset impact of huge budget cuts scheduled for march 1. he said he directed the services to begin planning now in case he has to put nearly 800,000 civilian employees on unpaid leave for up to a month during the remainder of the fiscal year. mortgage rates are ticking up a bit from record lows. freddie mac says the average interest on 30-year fixed loan is 3.4%. up from 3.34% last week. stocks finished in positive territory today. the dow gained 81. the s&p 500 was up 11. nasdaq rose 16. here at home, there could be a quirky consequence to jack lew as new treasury secretary. we'll show you what that is later in the grapevine. up next no, tea party in boston. as flu hammers the bay state. meet the 5-passenger ford c-max hybrid. when you're carrying a lot of weight, c-max has a nice little trait, you see, c-max helps you load your freight, with its foot-activated lift gate. but that's not all you'll see, cause c
has laid it out. why is this one collecting dust, because this is gold? >> you bet. it's produced by the gold standard in the industry. 1974 congress passed an act, 1975 the cbo went into play. it was headed up by alice ribling. she would look at the report and say this is what we should do. let's get on track with this. you are right. this is probably why congress is so, less popular than a cockroach because it's simple to do neil. we need leadership to say the time has come. we can either do it now while it's voluntary or we can do it when it is mandatory. and forced is miserable. >> neil: i don't want this to seem -- a lot of folks saying -- you raise revenues doing this. by restricting the growth of programs that are running away, not a single program in here, i want to stress this -- nothing is being removed in this. congressional budget office, the bible whether you like it the left or right, convenient given the political climate. if you accept this as gospel, nothing is removed under this plan. >> that is right. >> neil: nothing is hacked to smithereens, we are talking abo
: thank you. >> you bet. >> bret: some things if everyone that is not a good thing. topic is new regulation. shannon bream on the regulatory agenda and the wide reach. >> by law, they are required to release accounting of the proposed federal regulation each april and october. but that didn't happen last year. the obama administration released the 2012 regulatory agenda on the friday afternoon before christmas. >> the fact that this snuck in after the election in the holiday season when people were otherwise occupied with the families not surprising. >> the current line-up of proposes steps of thousands of pages. >> this is all of the federal agencies, many of whom have thousands of the regulations. in small type. it goes on and on and on. there is no way any human being could sit down to read this thing from front to back. if they could, they would get a metal. >> the american action forum says many lack the relevant fiscal. implementation could cost $123 billion. take 13 million man hours. the regulators draft the rules without the congressional involvement to give them power t
a trip to grandmother's house, have to think bet the mileage on the car. so you start looking where to trim back. usually it's not the grocery budget but it's in of the things that were a little more fluffy around the outside and eating out is one of those. >> so, you think about it, for a lot of folks, this payroll tax cut being taken away, means that their takehome pay could be impacted up to 20%. do you then tell folks you have to make up for that by cutting your spending 20%? >> well, sure, you have to you're not in congress. you have to live on less than you make. so you have to sit down and lay out a game plan here and figure out what we're going to do. truthly -- i was yelling people about this on twitter before the fiscal cliff fiscal cliff the only fiscal cliff you can control is yourself so as long others they play these shenanigans, it's incumbent more and more and more to have your emergency fund in place to be on a written budget to cut up the credit cards and get out of debt. so create wiggle room in your life because they haven't figured out how to do that in d.c. and
bureaucracy work for you, they will have nothing. so the trade-off that the president made, betting on an outsider who may shake things up in a different way, but giving up the potential of having somebody who really knows how to make things work inside. and also giving up on having somebody who knows and cares about institutional health of the department, which is valuable when we get to cabinet picks. that it can make a real difference there when you have somebody that cares about the institution and the employees, as opposed to caring just about the policies. that can make a difference on how the bureaucracy will pull for that person. >> above the institution, heather, is there a broader strategic direction in the administrative foreign policy that could be? >> yes, that the administration is not going to be bound in by some of the sort of efforts that the bush administration left behind it. that if the first time as they like to say was about cleaning up the messes behind, the second term was really about transformation away from the post-9/11 military, away from the post-9/11 s
bet. >> thanks for joining us tonight. have you ever heard of the vix? it's spelled v-i-x for volatility index. it's sometimes called the fear index. vix is a numerical index of volatility and fear in the stock market. it tells us in chart form, in numerical form how these guys are feeling, if they get spooked by their bosses, clients, horoscopes, whatever. if they start trading like crazy people for whatever reason, the vix goes up. it registers fear. what causes the vix to spike typically is news about the economy. actual real-world events. this, for example, is what happened to the vix on october 24th, 2008, that big red arrow there. that's when the stock market crashed in '08, one of the worst days of the great recession, record high vix. another spike happened may 20th, 20 2010 when there was sudden new that is europe's economy was even in worse shape than we thought. it spiked at a two-year high august 8th, 2011, when the u.s. credit rating got downgraded. republicans in congress threatened to default on our national debt and credit rating got downgraded. wall st
: brit, thank you. >> you bet. >> bret: just who gets to take part in future wars is changing. pentagon today formally announced the intention to allow a new group of fighters on the front lines. national security correspondent jennifer griffin tonight on women in combat. >> with the stroke of a pen, secretary panetta and chairman of joints chief ended a ban on women in combat. general dempsey said he realized women were already on the front lines when he got his armored vehicle in baghdad in 2003. >> i slappe slapped the terret n around the area and said who are you? she said i'm amanda. from that point on i realized something had changed and it was time to do something about it. >> panetta smoke of opportunity -- spoke of opportunity. >> in life, as we know, there are no guarantees of success. not everyone is going to be able to be a combat soldier. but everyone is entitled to a chance. >> marine such as ryan smith, retired sergeant who served in iraq thinks the decision puts lives at risk. >> my first sargent was mortally wounded in iraq and he was the tourett of am fibbous assault v
question. she can run it right up to the mid-point of 2014. >> i bet everything i have on hillary's running. richard, thank you very much. >>> coming up, the man who will replace john kerry in the united states senate. and in the rewrite tonight, the testimony that should have been heard by the senate today that actually was heard by the connecticut legislature tonight. we will bring you the moving testimony, just given a few hours ago by one of the parents of one of the kids killed at sandy hook elementary school. that is next. nurses are dealing with a wider range of issues. and there are ever-changing regulations. when you see these challenges, do you want to back away or take charge? with a degree in the field of healthcare or nursing from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu. and save hundreds with our best offer yet, now extended due to popular demand. get an adt security system starting at just $49 installed, but only for a limited time. that's an instant savings of $2
. thank you for being here. discussion i should say. >> you bet. >> megyn: fox news alert now, with breaking news from california. fox news just confirmed there has been a school shooting in the the city of pass, california. at least two people shot at taft high school, one suffering minor injuries and the other has been hospitalized, that's all we know. not clear yet whether the victims were students. we're hoping to have a live report ready in moments. ♪ >> well, we're also tracking a story on an escalating health epidemic, three more states reporting widespread flu. bringing the bolt to 44. look at the red on the screen. at a much earlier point in the season than it normaly does, it means a bad season according to the experts. now shall the center for disease control says the number of flu related hospitalizations has doubled in just the past month. in boston, it is a full-blown outbreak. the city now under a public health emergency. cleaning crews are scrubbing down the subways, scrambling to contain the spread of this disease. the state reporting 18 flu deaths and hund
, responsibility, hard work. hey, i live in texas. drill? you bet. i have bet he thinks i'm much more dangerous than al-jazeera. he's that insane. [ laughter ] >> steve: all right. >> alisyn: right. obviously glenn beck has a point. al gore would not want to sell it to glenn beck, but everybody points out that al-jazeera reflect what al gore's philosophy is, the organization that in the middle east was the platform for where osama bin laden could go to air his rants? >> steve: rather than sell to an american broadcaster, he sold so al-jazeera which is operated by the people in the united arab emirates, all that money from oil. ironically, he's the green guy. >> eric: that little hypocrisy alert has been mr. green, against fossil fuels, dirty fuel, dirty oil. then sells it for his stake being $100 million to the dirty group. >> steve: before the higher taxes kicked in. >> alisyn: let us know what you think. do you have questions about the flu, like when should you head to the emergency room? how bad do your symptoms need to be? dr. mark siegle is here to answer your questions. >> eric: then it's
interesting gig. >> i bet it's a very interesting gig! >> and i'm situated right in the newsroom, so i'm kind of like an embedded reporter. >> and they've got to talk to you, too, don't they? >> there's no rule about that. but the people at "the times," they've been very -- they're used to having a public editor, they understand how it works. so everyone's been very courteous and nice. >> now, they had daniel there -- >> dan oakron was the first. about ten, well, nine years ago. it came about after the whole jayson blair scandal. >> i think it's fascinating, too, as a conservative that reeds a newspaper every day, and always have read the newspaper, there are certain biases that i know are built in. not so much for any other reason, than geography and, but i always see the public editor as a great opportunity, to be a leveling wind and i think it's worked pretty darn well over the past decade, don't you? >> there have been some highlights and i think that, you know, lots of times, a couple of times, the public editor has made pretty strong statements about just what you're talking about. dan
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